Thursday, November 22, 2012 13:32 IST
Karisma Kapoor who featured in Yash Chopra's 'Dil Toh Pagal Hain' will pay a special tribute to the late filmmaker at an awards event
Karisma Kapoor is paying a special tribute to the late filmmaker Yash Chopra. The actress had featured in the late filmmaker's 1997 film
Dil Toh Pagal Hai with Shah Rukh Khan and Madhuri Dixit. Lolo had even bagged the National Award for Best Supporting Actress for the
Says a source, `Karisma is slated to attend an awards event on November 25 in Dubai where she will perform a tribute to Chopra in a
The awards that honours Bollywood besides the leading lights of the Asian community in Dubai has the actress as the stellar attraction.
Adds the source, `Lolo has not performed for a while. She will be seen on stage after a long hiatus. The event folks have lined up a glitzy
and glam event. Designer Manish Malhotra will be performing a tribute to 100 years of Indian cinema as well. It will have several other B-
Town folk as well in attendance.`
After her comeback in Vikram Bhatt's Dangerous Ishqq, Karisma does not seem to be keen to pick up another film. She seems content
endorsing products and attending events. She was recently seen at the launch of a luxury car along with sister Kareena. That apart there
has always been intermittent buzz about her personal life but she has always been tightlipped on that front.
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